During the first four weeks of resumed operations, airBaltic has carried over 27,000 passengers to and from the Baltic capitals. Each week the number of passengers carried continues to increase.
Martin Gauss, CEO of airBaltic: “It is our main aim to connect the Baltics to the world, and we are glad to resume flights to major European business hubs as well as popular leisure getaways. We are here to continue providing the best connectivity to and from the Baltic region under the adjusted Destination 2025 CLEAN business plan.”
During this period, most popular routes were from Frankfurt, Oslo and Amsterdam to Riga. airBaltic is also gradually resuming flights to a variety of sunny leisure destinations. Among them, airBaltic has received most new reservations to Dubrovnik, Split, Rome and Nice.
Currently airBaltic performs direct flights from Riga to Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Helsinki, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Tallinn, Vienna and Vilnius. The airline is also gradually resuming flights from Riga to Dubrovnik, Rijeka and Split in Croatia, Barcelona in Spain, Nice in France, Larnaca in Cyprus as well as Rome, Catania and Milan in Italy and other destinations.